The University of Malta traces its origins to the founding of the Collegium Melitense which was set up through direct papal intervention on 12 November 1592. This college was run by the Jesuits on the lines of their other colleges established elsewhere and known as 'Collegia Externorum', catering for non-Jesuit students.
UM is committed to high standards of research and teaching and every member of staff at UM plays an important role and contributes to outstanding student experience.
Today UM is composed of fourteen faculties, a number of interdisciplinary institutes and centres, three schools and a junior college.
Besides the main campus, situated at Msida, there are three other campuses: Valletta, Marsaxlokk, Gozo.
At UM research projects address current needs and opportunities, as well as those that may affect the country in the future. This is done in conjunction with Government and private industry, and also by participating in EU research programmes and funding.
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A number of you have booked or will book a room at the University Residence. Information about booking a room at the University Residence is available online. Bookings are to be made directly with the Residence and you are strongly advised to read the terms and conditions before placing your booking.
The Library’s mission is to support the University’s teaching and research programmes by providing adequate scholarly information resources, emerging technologies and user support services.
IT Services manages the wireless network within the University of Malta. UM staff, students and visitors can connect their devices to the campus network to get access to:
The Health and Wellness Centre at the Msida Campus offers services aimed at enhancing the wellness of UM staff and students.
The University sports and recreational facilities are made available to all students upon request. Outdoor facilities include a football pitch, an athletics track and two 5-a-side football courts, whilst a multi-purpose sports hall is available for various sports activities including handball.
UM has several student societies that are recognised by Senate and are an integral part of campus life. These societies offer students the chance to become involved in interests other than those that are purely academic and to develop a network of friends, besides broadening the outlook to life.
Very good experience.
The university has limited resources regarding our field of study. Also lack of lectures, however the lectures truly had their students best interest in mind.
The university has very limited resources with regards to my field of study. Also, very under staffed, however they truly had their best interest towards their students.
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